MGT 101 - Chap 9

MGT 101 - Chap 9 - Chap9MOTIVATION&POWER...

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Chap 9 -  MOTIVATION:  accounts for the level, direction, and persistence of effort expended at  work.  Even if individuals have the requisite skills to do their jobs, their level of  achievement will fall below their potential unless they also have the motivation to apply  themselves. Sandy is bright, creative and highly skilled, but he is no longer motivated to  perform outstanding work because his new manager does not appreciate his ideas and  hard work.  INTRINSIC REWARDS:  The satisfaction received in the process of performing an  action.  Intrinsic rewards include fun, challenge, and the opportunity for self-expression.  EXTRINSIC REWARDS:  The satisfaction derived as a result of performing an action.  Extrinsic rewards include an important benefit ( e.g. , medical or dental insurance), a pay  increase  (e.g. , a 10% raise), flexibility in one’s work schedule (
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  • Spring '11
  • Wang
  • Tom, Ice-T, action.  Extrinsic rewards, work.  INTRINSIC REWARDS, action. Intrinsic rewards, phone.  Coercive Power

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